The ice impact on the engine blade made of layered composite is simulated. The ice piece is modeled as an equivalent spherical object and has the velocity opposite to that of the aircraft with direction parallel to the engine axis. Near the impact region and along the leading edge, the blade is assumed to be fully stressed and undergoes large deflection. A specified portion of the blade around the impact region is modeled. The effect of ice size and velocity on the average leading edge strain are investigated for a modified SR-2 model unswept composite propfan blade. Parametric studies are performed to study the response due to ice impact at various locations along the span. Also, the effects of engine speed on the strain and impact displacements are discussed. It is found that for a given engine speed, a critical ice speed exists that corresponds to the maximum strain and this critical speed increases with increase in the engine speed.